Netflix may have come under fire recently for a slew of show cancellations but one new season that's definitely on its way is the fourth instalment of Stranger Things.
New pictures from the set of filming for the upcoming season show popular characters Dustin, Max and Steve together again - in a sight that's sure to boost anticipation levels among the show's many fans worldwide.
Filming had already begun before getting shut down back in March due to the first wave of the COVID pandemic, but resumed earlier this month with Nancy Wheeler - played by Natalia Dyer - Max (Sadie Sink) and Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo) previously spotted on set.
However, latest pictures show characters Max and Dustin joined by Steve (Joe Keery) and Robin (Maya Hawke) as they hang out in a video store together. It's the first time we've had a glimpse of the gang back together.
Cast members were seen in shots leaving the video store, and were spotted circling the road on their bikes - although the duo seemed to be pretty glum. Over what we can only speculate although perhaps the absence of Will Byers and Eleven could play a part.
Robin was also seen storming out of a store and seemed similarly unhappy, wearing high waisted trousers, a plaid shirt, tie and converse.
So what else do we know about Stranger Things Season 4? Not too much yet, although the show's official writers' room have just revealed two episode titles: episode two will be called Tick Tok, Mr Clock and episode three is titled You Snooze, You Lose in what is clearly a reference to time running out.
We already knew too that episode one was to be called The Hellfire Club, with the gang posting a picture of the script cover.
Elsewhere, apparently four new characters will be coming to Hawkins, thought to be connected to Jim Hopper (played by David Harbour.) We know from the first season four trailer released in February that Hopper is alive, but being held captive by Russians, alongside a Demogorgan - just who you want as a next-door neighbour.
There has been outcry over Netlfix' decision to cut a number of shows, including previously announced renewals The Society and GLOW. The likes of the Drew Barrymore-starring Santa Clarita Diet, Altered Carbon, and the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina have also been axed.
However, it looks like full steam ahead for Stranger Things - and we're already getting very excited for it.